Prestigious recognition is based on anonymous feedback from current employees. Independent assessment by Great Place To Work showed Minor Hotels scored highly in diversity and inclusivity, management competence and workplace intimacy.
BANGKOK – Minor Hotels has been certified as a ‘Great Place to Work’, confirming its reputation as a global leader in hospitality workplace culture. The prestigious certification follows an independent assessment by Great Place To Work, an international authority on high-performance workplace culture, and is based on an anonymous survey of current Minor Hotels employees and a culture assessment on the company.
Results of the survey showed Minor Hotels scored particularly highly in diversity and inclusivity, with team members reporting they feel fairly treated regardless of sexual orientation, gender, race and age.
Minor Hotels employees also scored the organisation highly for management competence and management honesty, while also reported feeling welcome and safe at work.
Craig Cochrane, Chief People Officer of Minor Hotels, said: “The certification is recognition of what we have known for some time – that Minor Hotels is a truly great place to work. We know that people want to work in a stimulating, inclusive, workplace that provides opportunities to make a meaningful impact. We are proud to see that the results of the Great Place to Work survey recognise Minor Hotels’ human-centric, entrepreneurial mindset, and look forward to building on that culture into the future.”
Dillip Rajakarier, CEO of Minor Hotels and Group CEO of its parent company Minor International, said: “To be recognised as a Great Place to Work after the tremendous challenges of the past few years is testament to the incredible people that lie at the heart of everything we do as a hospitality company. We are grateful to all of our team members for their efforts, and will continue to create the most inclusive home for the industry’s top talent as Minor Hotels gets back to growth in the months and years ahead.”
Minor Hotels’ parent company, Minor International, was also certified as a Great Place to Work, along with Minor Food, Minor Lifestyle and Anantara Vacation Club, which each underwent independent assessments.
With a workforce spanning more than 34,000 people across 56 countries, Minor Hotels is committed to creating a workplace of growth and inclusion.
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